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Stream For Starlight Terms and FAQs

Streaming Content Disclaimer 

The views and opinions expressed in each individual stream are those of the content creator and do not reflect the official policy or position of Starlight Children’s Foundation.  

FAQs 

Who can set up a campaign? 

Anyone age 13 or over. 

Do I have to stream? 

Nope. We would love for you to participate even if you can’t or don’t want to stream! You can set up a personal fundraising campaign and share it out to your friends and family in honor of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. For other ways to participate, contact stream@starlight.org

Do I have to play games? 

You can stream anything – from a cooking lesson to an “ask me anything”– to fundraise for seriously ill children. Just set up your personal fundraising page and spread the word about your stream. 

How do I stream? 

There are several live streaming services to choose from, such as YouTube, Twitch, Facebook Live, and Instagram Live. Your use of any such service is subject to the service’s own terms, conditions, and policies. You can find helpful starter guides out there for each of these services.

Starlight Children’s Foundation does not endorse any streaming service.  

What games can I stream? 

You can stream any game with an ESRB rating of “Teen” or lower. Note that streaming content deemed objectionable by Starlight Children’s Foundation in its sole discretion will be cause for your account to be removed from the program. 

What can I do during my stream? 

We encourage you to be creative and have fun! Offering quirky incentives and prizes to your community is a great way to get them engaged. 

That said, there are a few rules: 

  • No profane, sexually explicit, degrading, hateful, bigoted or violent language or visuals 

  • No encouragement of risky, violent, or otherwise inappropriate conduct 

  • No streaming while intoxicated 

  • No illegal drugs or paraphernalia 

  • No advertising or other commercial content 

  • No endorsement of any religious or political cause or candidate 

  • No content that violates the rights of any other person, such as their publicity, privacy, or intellectual property rights 

Note that streaming content deemed objectionable by Starlight Children’s Foundation in its sole discretion will be cause for your account to be removed from the program.  

How can people donate? 

Supporters can donate directly to Starlight using your personal fundraising page; you can also use Facebook or Instagram’s donate stickers or our Tiltify campaign for a fun, stream-friendly experience. 

If you receive donations by check, please mail them to: 

Starlight Children’s Foundation 

400 Corporate Pointe Ste 590 

Culver City, CA 90230 

Note that if you receive cash, you should convert that to a check or money order before you mail it to us and that, per law, we will send a tax receipt to the person who wrote the check. 

Where do the funds go? 

All funds go directly to Starlight Children’s Foundation. We are a top-rated charity on Charity Navigator and 83 cents of every dollar directly funds programs that impact seriously ill kids. 

Do teams share prizes? 

No, prizes are earned on an individual basis. 

Are donations to Starlight Children’s Foundation tax-deductible? 

Donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. Each donation will be receipted with the information needed for your taxes. Please consult your tax advisor with any questions. 

If I collect a percentage of sale of a product or service, what do I do next? 

Transmit any funds collected to Starlight within 30 days of the close of your activation. You can make the donation through our donation page or mail a check to Starlight at: 

Starlight Children’s Foundation 

400 Corporate Pointe Ste 590 

Culver City, CA 90230 

If I donate an item for auction, how does that work? 

Please email stream@starlight.org for more information.

How do I contact you with additional questions? 

Email us at any time at stream@starlight.org or engage with us on Twitter at @StarlightUS.